In December 2010, the Federal Communications Commission adopted the Open Internet Order, enshrining the concept of "network neutrality"—that Internet Service Providers must treat all data on the Internet equally—into law. . . .
ISPs don't like this, naturally, but Verizon has objected most strenuously of all. The company sued to halt the Open Internet Order, and after a couple of years worth of legal filings the case is now set to be decided by the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Verizon and the FCC on Monday will each get 20 minutes to make their oral arguments . . .
Verizon Lawsuit Against Open Internet in Court Today
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